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Instructor I - EVOC/VKF/BBP

 

Date: 3/14/2014 through 3/15/2014
Location: Murfreesboro, TN

Description: The Instructor I course is designed to enable a student to teach a class from a prepared lesson plan. It prepares you to instruct the TARS basic squad level courses which include, Emergency Driving (EVOC/VFK) and Bloodborne Pathogens. A separate module on Vehicle Extrication is offered and if attended with in 1 year of the initial Instructor class the additional discipline class fee is offered at half price. Concepts of learning, communication skills, instructor’s roles and responsibilities, teaching techniques, and the use of instructional materials are also subject areas included.

Course Hours: 12

CEU's: 1

Minimum Enrollment: 20

Prequisites:
• Must have a letter of recommendation signed by the head of their department.

• Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.

• Must have been a member of an emergency organization for three years.

• Students shall have been certified in squad level courses (EVOC/VKF/BBP) within the last two years.

• Must have current Certification in Advanced First Aid, First Responder or higher medical level training.

• Proof of all prerequisites must be turned in to the TARS State office at the time of registration.

FAILURE TO TURN IN ALL PRE-REQUISITES TO THE STATE OFFICE TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE CLASS WILL CAUSE YOU TO BE DISMISSED FROM THE CLASS.

(All requirements must be met two weeks prior to the beginning of the class in order to be considered as an Instructor Candidate.)

Reference Material: IFSTA Fire Service Instructor Bloodborne Pathogen Instructor Guide EVOC Trainers Manual

Directions: See Mapquest below

Food & Lodging: DoubleTree Hotel in Murfreesboro,Tn. Phone: 615-895-5555. A block of rooms has been reserved for attendees. Please note that reservation cutoff is February 21, 2014 to receive the TARS block rate for this class.

Notes: CLASS STARTS AT 6:00 PM FRIDAY EVENING. The student may be required to give one five minute presentation on a rescue related subject of their choice. Any visual aids must be provided by the student. Another presentation may be required on an assigned topic.
NOTICE TO ALL INSTRUCTOR CANDIDATES: As of March 25th 2011 the following changes have been implemented. As an EVOC/VKF/BBP Instructor for TARS you are required to teach and turn in appropriate fees and paperwork to the state office for at least one class every two years after becoming an instructor. Any instructor that does not teach a class within this two year window will be DISMISSED as an instructor from TARS. As an instructor you are required to attend re-certification class every two years. Any instructor that misses their re-certification class may attend the next year’s class upon paying a 100 dollar reinstatement fee and pay the appropriate re-certification fee and will be required to attend and pay the appropriate fees at the next year’s re-certification class. This will get you up to date with your certification and then you will be attending in the correct manner with the date you were certified.
Classes that are taught and not processed along with appropriate fees are not considered certified classes and are not valid.

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